COVID-19 impact on FMUL | March-September 2020 report

The report "COVID-19 impact on FMUL" aims to show the consequences that the pandemic by COVID-19 (Coronavirus Disease 2019) had on our Faculty, in organizational and operational terms, and on activities.

In view of the closure of its doors and activities in March 2020, there was a need for FMUL to adapt to a new reality. This involved changes in all its processes, namely in terms of education, but also in the forms of work organization, procedures and in the provision of services. Given this new context, there was therefore a need to assess the impact of COVID-19 on our Faculty.

To this end, a survey was conducted regarding the main impacts of COVID-19 on the activities of the Faculty, as well as an analysis of the key indicators of the different strategic areas of FMUL, bearing in mind the operational objectives established in the Plan of Activities for 2020.

This report covers the 2nd semester of the academic year 2019/2020, corresponding to the period from March to September 2020. Since this pandemic context tends to extend over time, the report will be updated every six months during the academic year 2020/ 2021.